Klaus Peter Cadsky

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One of approximately 35′000 cartoons that Nico drew for the Tages-Anzeiger: Bernese city counciller Sutermeister′s deselection after the schoolbook affair.

Klaus Peter Robert Cadsky (born 3 August 1937 in Hannover; died 11 March 2011 in Solothurn), known as Nico, was a Swiss German cartoonist.

He is well known for his caricatures of politicians published in Luzerner Neuste Nachrichten, Nebelspalter, Stern, Tages-Anzeiger, Blick and in journals of the AZ Medien Gruppe. He also worked for the Schweizer Fernsehen as a live cartoonist.

Further reading[edit]

  • Frank Lübke: Nico. Werd, Zurich 2003, ISBN 3-85932-418-7.
  • Nico Jahrbuch. A selection of Nico's Tages-Anzeiger cartoons. Tamedia / Werd, Zurich 2000-2003 (annual).
  • With Milena Moser and Hans K. Studer: Bestechende Geschenke. A selection of Nico's Tages-Anzeiger cartoons. TA-Media AG / Werd, Zurich 1996, ISBN 3-85932-208-7.

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